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Dave Tedford and his Giant Unicycle

posted May 18, 2018, 1:32 PM by John Pearson   [ updated May 18, 2018, 1:38 PM ]

EAWR Alumnus Dave Tedford (Class of 1980) rose above his classmates in the most literal sense: Responding to a “senior project” requirement and with the help of former teachers Keith Atkinson and James Brann, Dave created a 14-foot tall unicycle! Not only was this an impressive display of machining and welding, Dave actually rode this unicycle and rode it regularly until his late-40’s. This unicycle was so impressive, that Dave was featured in a Telegraph article in 1980 with some photos showing him riding it in Eastgate Plaza.

In a desire to give back to his alma mater, Dave drove the unicycle up from his home in South Carolina and presented it as a gift to the high school. He presented it to current Welding teacher, Jake Sitze (Class of 2003) and his afternoon classes. Dave also took the opportunity to speak with the students and to answer some questions.

Below are some photos of the occasion and the unicycle, itself:


See the attachments for the Telegraph story from 1980 

Summer Breakfast Program

posted May 17, 2018, 2:33 PM by John Pearson   [ updated May 17, 2018, 2:34 PM ]

Summer Breakfast will be available to all persons, 18 years of age or younger, from May 30, 2018 until July 3, 2018. Monday - Friday, from 7:30 - 7:55 a.m, in the EAWR Cafeteria. You do not have to live in the EAWR High School District or be a student there. For more information, please contact Cafeteria Director, Ms. Shone Fry at 254-3151, Ext. 2541. See the attached flyer for more information.

Senior Assembly 2018

posted May 10, 2018, 9:50 AM by John Pearson   [ updated May 10, 2018, 1:48 PM ]

On Wed., May 9, 2018, EAWR held its annual Senior Recognition Assembly, to present seniors with scholarship checks, academic awards, and other special recognition. The assembly was presented in front of the entire student body, staff, and guests in the Memorial Gym. Student Council President Dalton Pryor led the assembly with the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by a brief moment of silence for fellow senior, Zach Wells, who had been injured the night before in an auto accident. 

Here is a list of the awards and their recipients:

Big Sisters Scholarship: Rachel Staten
Post-Dispatch Scholar-Athlete: Zach Kincade
Merle Bassett Memorial Scholarship: Rachel Staten
Brunjes Scholarships: Lukas Westbrook and Rachel Staten
Shelter Insurance Scholarship: Caitlyn Olinghouse 
Pump House Scholarships: Anthony Ellison and Joey Barnerd
Student Council Scholarship: Justin Englar
EAWR Football Scholarship: Zach Kincade and Justin Englar
East Alton American Legion Scholarships: Rachel Staten, Jacob Martin, Ashley Knight and Justin Englar
East Alton Rotary Scholarships: Hannah Overton and Alison Presley
Midwest Oiler of the Year Scholarship: Chase Wallendorff
Shirley Thatcher Memorial Scholarship (WR Women's Club): Caitlyn Olinghouse
Senior Art Purchase Award: Gracelin Rushing
Scott King Memorial Scholarship: Ty Dunn
Toni Fry-Hilgert Memorial Drama Scholarship: Ty Dunn
Nancy Harrison Memorial Scholarship: Joey Barnerd
Wood River Masonic Scholarship: Zach Kincade
Wood River Lions Scholarship: Rachel Staten
Wood River Rotary Scholarships: Lukas Westbrook, Bekah Null and Jacob Martin
EAWR Educators Scholarship: Emily Wilder
DAR Good Citizenship Award: Caitlyn Olinghouse
Elmer & Eunice St. Peters Scholarship: Rachel Staten

Also, several other accomplishments were recognized: 

Presidential Academic Awards
Anthony Ellison, Zach Kincade, Chase Wallendorff, Zach Womack, and Zach Wels

Silver Medallion Recipients
Xavier Collman, Jennifer Hallstead, Nicholas Hayes, Zachary Kincade, Ashley Knight, Rebekah Null, Rachel Staten, Chase Wallendorff, Zachary Wells, Zachary Womack

Distinguished GraduatesJoseph Barnerd, Courtney Bazzell, Adelynn Bentley, Austin Breckle, Xavier Collman, Anthony Ellison, Justin Englar, Ciara Evans, Delaney Gibbons, Jacob Hall, Nicholas Hayes, Zachary Kincade, Ashley Knight, Tristan Lawson, Sebastian Ledesma, Jacob Martin, organ Moxey, Ashton Murray, Rebecca Nottke, Caitlyn Olinghouse, Dalton Pryor, Darin Redden, Rachel Staten, Blake Unterbrink, Chase Wallendorf, Zachary Wells, Morgan Wiegand, Emily Wilder, Zaide Wilson, Zachary Womack

Those About to Enter the Military:
Erin Hall (US Air Force), Jennifer Hallstead (Army National Guard), Maddie Hampsey (Army National Guard), Jacob Mustain (US Navy), Kaitlyn Pickett (US Army), Brendan Walker (Army National Guard), Zach Wells (Army National Guard), and Jason Womack (Army National Guard).

Valedictorian: Rachel Staten

Senior Faculty Awards (selected by the Senior Class to Read Names at Graduation): Jesse Daniels, Kelly Green, and Mark Maendele

Silver Medallion Awards - 2018

posted Apr 27, 2018, 7:22 AM by John Pearson

On Thursday, April 26, about 800 parents, relatives, and school officials joined together to honor the top 8% of all seniors in the Lewis & Clark CC district. This included seniors from 21 high schools. The event was held, as usual, at the George Terry Arena on the Lewis & Clark College campus. 

EAWR's top 8% are (in alphabetical order): Xavier Collman, Jennifer Hallstead, Nicholas Hayes, Zachary Kincade, Ashley Knight, Rebekah Null, Chase Wallendorff, Zachary Wells, and Zachary Womack. 

Also nominated for Teacher of Year was Chemistry Teacher, Mrs. Sarah Jones. 

Congrats to our Silver Medallion Award Winners for 2018!

Entry System Begins April 30th

posted Apr 26, 2018, 8:51 AM by John Pearson   [ updated Apr 26, 2018, 8:54 AM ]

April 26, 2018

Dear EAWR Parents:

As you likely have heard by now, EAWR will institute new entry procedures with the aim of creating a safer school and campus environment for all of our students and staff. These new procedures will be in effect as of Monday, April 30, 2018.

Fence/Gate Installation -  Rationale and Characteristics

In the interest of protecting students and staff and providing additional security measures to the EAWR campus, the Board has recently erected a fence and gate system that, during the school day, will completely close off Whitelaw Avenue between the Main & South Buildings (west of Whitelaw) and the East Building (east of Whitelaw). The fence and gates are constructed with attractive and functional qualities, but with the intention of shutting off all vehicle and pedestrian traffic during school hours. This will allow students and staff to pass between buildings and cross the street with greater confidence in their own safety.

Camera/Buzzer System - Rationale and Characteristics:  

The second major piece of the new security system is the installation of a new camera/buzzer entry system and procedures. As is the case with the fence/gate system on Whitelaw, this system will strengthen security to the campus by controlling access to visitors. Using a controlled access and entry system to school buildings is a common feature of most schools.

Entry Points and Entry Procedures for Parents and Visitors:

The camera/buzzer entry system will be in use during the school day. After the 8:00 AM tardy bell, only two authorized points of entry will be available for parents and visitors to the campus: The center doors (“M-1”) of the Main Building (the westernmost door) and the East Building doors (“E-2”) facing the bus circle (also, the westernmost door).

To gain entry at either of these two points, all visitors must ring the buzzer, which will be answered by a member of the office staff. Visitors will need to state their business and, according to the situation, may be required to show some sort of ID to gain entry (unless personally known to the office staff person answering the buzzer). The office staff person will view the video image of the person(s) desiring entry and, when satisfied, will activate the door opening device. Visitors may be asked to wait until positively identified.

If you are driving your son/daughter to school after 8:00 (e.g. from a doctor’s appointment, over-sleeping, etc.), please drop them off near the bus circle (next to the Memorial Stadium). Late-arriving students should enter the bus circle door (“E-2”) to the East Building, and then proceed to the Attendance Center to sign-in.

Parents with school business during the school day in the East Bldg are encouraged through signage and other communication to enter at the bus circle doors. Other cases will be handled as appropriate by the Main Building Office Staff.

Once a visitor is recognized and admitted, he/she shall immediately report to either the designated office to pick-up a visitor pass and sign-in. On some occasions, that visitor may be asked to wait for the appropriate staff person to meet them in the office and to escort them to where they need to go - especially if the visitor is new to the campus and may not know the layout.

To make it easier on parents and visitors to the East Building (Guidance Office, Attendance Center, School Nurse, Special Education meetings, etc.), parents and visitors may park in the in one of the last two rows by the west (Wood River Ave.) side of the Gym parking lot, since those spots are not reserved for students. In 2018-19, we also designate three closer-in parking spots for visitors to the East Building in that parking lot. Parents and visitors to the Main Building (Business Office, Main Office, etc.) may park in the lot on the corner of Chessen St. and Wood River Ave. or in front of the Main Building. See the photos below ...

Most schools in the state have a camera/buzzer system of entry. Such is the nature of the times in which we live, unfortunately. Few schools (if any) have a public street running through the middle of the campus, where students and staff pass regularly during the course of the school day. The fencing and gates and buzzer entry points have been installed to help address that unusual circumstance.

We thank you in advance for your patience in this transition. Please remember that if you have business in the Main Building, park in front of the Main Building or in the school lot on Wood River Ave. & Chessen St. If you need to see an administrator, teacher, or guidance person in the East Building, we ask you to park in the Visitor spaces that will be designated in the Gym parking lot.


Dr. John Pearson, Superintendent

Shrek - The Musical Presented This Weekend!

posted Apr 20, 2018, 8:21 AM by John Pearson   [ updated Apr 20, 2018, 8:23 AM ]

The EAWR Thespian Troupe - under the direction of Ms. Kyndal Norton and Ms. Jan Timmins - will be performing “Shrek - The Musical” in the EAWR Auditorium. Showtimes are 7:00 on Friday, April 20th and Saturday, April 21st, with a Sunday matinee performance at 2:00 on April 22nd. 

Set in a mythical fairy tale land, “Shrek - The Musical” tells the story of a hulking green ogre who, after being mocked and feared his entire life by anything that crosses his path, retreats to an ugly green swamp to exist in happy isolation. However, a gang of homeless fairy-tale characters raid his peaceful swamp, telling him that they’ve been evicted by the vertically challenged Lord Farquaad. Shrek is confronted with a problem: Does he strike a deal to help the fairy tale creatures get their homes back, or does he cut a deal with the evil Lord Farquaad to rescue Princess Fiona? There’s also something about this princess which intrigues Shrek and endears him to her ….

Come see our wonderful actors and production crew perform Shrek - The Musical” this weekend. Advance tickets are $5; or $7 at the door. Call 254-3151, Ext. 2501 for ticket information.

Parent Letter: Opt-out - Assembly

posted Apr 20, 2018, 8:17 AM by John Pearson


April 20, 2018

Dear Parents:

In the interests of student health and keeping our parents informed about educational opportunities at EAWR,  I am writing this letter to inform you that the Peer Leadership group (consisting of student leaders) will be conducting an all-school assembly on one of the most insidious health hazards facing our community: alcohol abuse.  This presentation will be held on Thursday, April 26, 2018.

Leading the presentation will be Lisa Pruett, a member of the Madison County chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.  The presentation is designed to be engaging and thought-provoking with our students, because we share your concerns about alcohol and substance abuse.  While there might be some disturbing information and sobering images that may be shown to your son or daughter, please be assured that EAWR is hosting this event out of concern over your child’s health and safety, especially over Prom weekend, which will be the weekend immediately following the presentation.  We believe that the images and discussion topics will not necessarily be any more disturbing or graphic than any other drunk-driving or anti-drug presentations given at EAWR.

However, due to the emotional nature of substance abuse, we realize that we may have some parents who may not wish their son or daughter to attend this assembly.  Therefore, we have created an “opt-out” form. If you’re all right with your son or daughter attending this anti-alcohol presentation, you need do nothing.  They will attend with their classmates.

However, if you do NOT wish to have him/her attend the presentation, please print out and sign the “opt-out” form below, and have it returned to the Main Office by Wednesday, April 25, 2016, 3:30 p.m. If you do not have access to a printer, we will have hard copies of this form available in the Main Office.

Thanks, as always, for your support of EAWR and your child’s education!


Dr. John Pearson

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I wish to excuse my son/daughter (Student’s Name) _______________________________

from attending the April 26th alcohol abuse assembly.  I understand that he/she will be supervised in an office area during that assembly.

_________________________________ __________________________

Parent name Parent signature

Spring Fine Arts Festival

posted Apr 16, 2018, 8:10 AM by John Pearson

Last night (April 12, 2018), the EAWR Band, Choir and Art department joined forces with the East Alton Middle School Band and Choir, and the Lewis & Clark Junior High Band for a very nice concert and display of visual arts. Thanks goes to Mr. Alexander and Mr. James for their hard work in promoting this annual festival, as well as congratulations to our fine musicians and artists. Thanks also to Mr. Lee Dick Band Director of East Alton M.S.; Mrs. Jan Timmins, Choir Director at EAMS; and Ms. Kim Hudson of L&CJH, Band Director.

Below are some photos of the event. Thanks to Mrs. Robinson for the collage.

Renaissance Assembly

posted Mar 19, 2018, 12:33 PM by John Pearson

On Thursday, February 8, 2018, EAWR honored all of the Renaissance Award winners. As you may know, our Renaissance program honors students for their academic achievement, perfect attendance, and good behavior habits at a semi-annual assembly to which the parents and family are invited. After students are recognized in each of the categories, their names are placed in and then drawn from a bowl for the special prizes.

A student receiving one of the academic Renaissance awards (Gold, Maroon, Silver, and White) qualified by his/her semester grade point average (GPA); by having three or fewer absences; two or fewer tardies; and no suspensions, ISS, or STOP placements. 

Gold Level:       4.0 GPA or higher from that semester
Maroon Level:  3.5 - 3.99 GPA from that semester
Silver Level:     3.0 - 3.49 GPA from that semester
White Level:     An increase of at least 0.5 in one's GPA from the previous semester

A student receiving the Perfect Attendance Award qualified because he/she had no absences and no tardies during that semester, no "F's", and no suspensions, ISS, or STOP placements. 

Below are the award winners in their respective categories of achievement. Scroll down further on this page for a group photo of our special prize drawing winners. Congratulations, Oilers!!

Gold Level

Hannah Allen, Jillian Barber, Joseph Barnerd, Kate Baskin, Evan Bardsley, Courtney Bazzell, Gage Booten, Katelyn Booten, Brett Carter, Xavier Collman, Zachary Davis, Makayla Dolbee, Justin Englar, Ethan Fillop, Jasmine Finley, Summer Fulkerson, Chase Garland, Breanna Gernon, Jordyn Gibson, Kaitlin Goodbrake, Fiona Hamiti, Nicholas Hayes, Allison Hill, Alexa Kincade, Zachary Kincade, Trent Klabough, Nicole Lane, Tristan Lawson, Reghan Levinson, Seth Lile, Jared Liley, Hayleigh Maher, Alyssa Malley, Hailey Marshall, Mallory Martin, Shawn McKee, Evan Merritt, Ethan Miller, Kendall Moore, Nicholas Munn, Gage Nalley, Annelise Neathery, Adam Newberry, Taylor Norman, Caitlyn Olinghouse, Dylen Oster, Taylor Parmentier, Michael Peterson, Justin Pfister, Joshua Rector, Christian Redman, Aubrey Robinson, Isabella Romero, Morgan Ruden, Sarah Salinas, Hannah Sechrest, Emma Seibert, Alice Slattery, Mattie Southard, Jacquelin Stephen, Kathleen Tierney, Madisyn Tucker, Blake Unterbrink, Brittany Wall, Chase Wallendorff, Maegan Wallendorff, Chance Walter, Ethan Walter, Jacob Wells, Zachary Wells, Ryne White, Gavin Whiteside, Morgan Wiegand,Mira Wilken, Nicole Wilmurth,Karli Withers, Jason Womack, Emma Wreath, Gemma Yenne, Jordan Yenne

Maroon Level

Lindsey Bailey, Kayla Brantley, Alexander Cox, Krizza Domingo, McKenzie Dooley, Megan Douglas, Ciara Evans, Macy Flanigan, Wyatt Fry, Hannah Gibson, William Glass, Holly Goble, Kylee Gust, Austin Hammond, Andrew Harrison, Kaylee Hill, Damien Holbrook Blair, Janie Hughes, Kameron Kueck, Jenna Lang, Torrie Lenon-Starner, William Malone, Eryn McLain, Jacob Mellenthin, Nathan Miller, Jessica Moore, Kaitlyn Morton, Taylor Murray, Leigh Nottke, Andrew Oliger, Abigail Olinghouse, Katelyn Powers, Carrie Price, Tony Rangel, Ashley Reed, Jason Shea, Autumn Shoppell, Sydney Slayden, Cody Smith, Matthew Smith, Caden Stanton, Emma Stone, Brooke Sutherland, Phillip Tierney, Lacey Tretter, Jayden Ulrich, Faith VanHoose, DaeShawn Warren, Brandon Wells, Emily Wilder, Zaide Wilson, Damien Wiseman, Jonathon Wreath

Silver Level

Ahmad Allen, Kenneth Beachum, Abigail Beck, Myranda Bell, Caleb Bogus, Tyler Brumley, Ian Calderon, Bethany Clark, Austin Compton, Daniel Crank, Devin Curtis, Xavier Curtis, Joshua Dyer, Nicholas Ellis, Jacob Erslon, Alli Franklin , Jacob Friederich, Zachary Gibbs, Landen Gilreath, Asia Gleason, Nicholas Hall, Joella Hammond, Lindsey Hayes, Brayden Hopkins, Megan Huebener, Joshua Kaufmann, Alyssa Kissee, Carl Klabough, Caitlin LeMond, Shane Lindquist, Alissa Little, Paul Magurany, Jayde Maupin, Katelyn McHatton, Jaimee Nelson, Mariah Nelson, Rebecca Noack, Hailey Peck, Kaitlyn Pickett, Ella Rackley, Brenden Rudd, Katelyn Runde, Erin Russell, Jacob Sarich, Kara Sauls, Samantha Shimchick, Katelyn Sohn, Tabitha Staggs, Joshua Stemm, Haley Stief, Scott Stimson, Noah Strebler, Elizabeth Summers, Alexander Taylor, Joseph Vassos, Lucas Vogt-Edwards, Dekoda Weldon, Kayla Wiegand

White Level

Alexis Bell, Kiana Franklin, Eric Herrin, Dustin Largen, Marc St. Peters, Wendy Wray

Perfect Attendance - 1st Semester 2017-18

Skyler Blair, Caleb Bogus, Gage Booten, Kate Booten, Ian Calderon, Xavier Collman, Daniel Crank, Zach Gibbs, Austin Hammond, Parker Hickerson, Garrett Holt, Megan Huebener, Janie Hughes, Jordan Huppert, Josh Kaufmann, William Malone, Evan Merritt, Ethan Miller, Nathan Miller, Gage Nalley, Andrew Olliger, Josh Rector, Christian Redman, Sydney Slayden, Tabitha Staggs, Haley Stief, Noah Strebler, Brooke Sutherland, Kathleen Tierney, Madisyn Tucker, Jayden Ulrich, Blake Unterbrink, Brittany Wall, Emily Wilder, Cody Wiseman, Damien Wiseman, Carli Withers, Gemma Yenne, Jordan Yenne



Prize Winners


Gold Level

T.V. - Morgan Ruden, Madisyn Tucker

Tablet - Jason Womack, Aubrey Robinson

Beats - Mira Wilken

$50 Walmart GC - Makayla Dolbee, Gavin Whiteside

$25 Fazoli GC - Hailey Marshall

$20 Buffalo Wild Wings GC - Joey Barnerd, Mallory Martin, Caitlyn Olinghouse, Brittany Wall

$10 Movie GC - Kate Baskin, Gage Booten, Xavier Collman, Zachary Kincade, REghan Levinson, Jared Liley, Gage Nalley, Taylor Parmentier, Christian Redman, Chance Walter

$10 Subway GC - Hannah Allen, Jillian Barber, Summer Fulkerson, Breanna Gernon

Jordyn Gibson, Allison Hill, Trent Klabough, Shawn McKee, Ethan Miller, Taylor Norman, Jacob Wells

$10 Starbuck GC - Zachary Davis, Ethan Fillop, Fiona Hamiti, Nic Hayes, Nicole Lane, Alyssa Malley, Evan Merritt, Annelise Neathery, Emma Wreath

Maroon Level

Tablet - Andrew Harrison, Emma Stone

Beats Headphone - Taylor Murray

$10 Starbuck GC - Krizza Domingo, Holly Goble, Kaylee Hill, Jessica Moore, Kaitlyn Morton, Abigail Olinghouse, Carrie Price, Cody Smith, Matthew Smith, Faith VanHoose

$25 Papa John’s GC - Jonathon Wreath

$10 Movie GC - Kayla Brantley, Ciara Evans, Macy Flanigan, Austin Hammond, Jenna Lang, Katelyn Powers, Tony Rangel, Ashley Reed, Lacey Tretter, Emily Wilder

$10 Subway GC - McKenzie Dooley, Damien Holbrook-Blair, Eryn McLain, Jacob Mellenthin, Jason Shea, Jayden Ulrich

$25 Kohl’s GC - Kylee Gust

Silver Level

Tablet - Myranda Bell

$25 Wal-Mart GC - Jacob Erslon, Samantha Shimchick

$25 Best Buy GC - Nicholas Hall

$25 Applebee’s GC - Lindsey Hayes

$25 Amazon GC - Tyler Brumley

$20 Buffalo Wild Wings GC - Kara Sauls, Scott Stimson, Kayla Wiegand

$10 Movie GC - Ian Calderon, Asia Gleason, Jaimee Nelson, Hailey Peck, Kaitlyn Pickett, Ella Rackley, Brenden Rudd, Erin Russell, Katelyn Sohn, Alexander Taylor

$10 Subway GC - Austin Comptom, Joella Hammond, Joseph Vassos, Lucas Vogt-Edwards

$10 Starbuck GC - Abigail Beck, Devin Curtis, Joshua Dyer, Alli Franklin, Landen Gilreath, Alyssa Kissee, Jayde Maupin, Rebecca Noack, Noah Strebler, Dekoda Weldon

White Level

$25 Steak n’ Shake GC - Wendy Wray

$10 Subway GC - Dustin Largen, Kiana Franklin

$25 Target GC - Eric Herrin

1st Semester Perfect Attendance

Bluetooth Speaker - Madisyn Tucker

$20 Buffalo Wild Wings GC - Ian Calderon, Xavier Collman, Tabitha Staggs, Noah Strebler

$10 Subway GC - Skyler Blair, Austin Hammond, Megan Huebener, Josh Kaufmann, Brittany Wall

$10 Starbuck GC - Kate Booten, Jordan Huppert, William Malone, Evan Merritt, Ethan Miller, Gage Nalley, Andrew Oliger, Emily Wilder

NHS Induction

posted Mar 9, 2018, 9:20 AM by John Pearson

Congratulations to all of the new National Honor Society inductees, as well as, the current members.  A big thanks to the NHS faculty committee: Cari Mueller (chairperson), Krysta Catlin, Kristen Miller, Jen Boyd and Lisa Woodman for putting together a very nice ceremony.  Thanks also to Kelly Gardner and Jesse Daniels for attending.

The speaker at the induction ceremony tonight was Jessica (Lee) Stricklin, Class of 2012. Mrs. Stricklin gave a powerful talk, thanking her former teachers and fellow classmates supporting her, despite her home environment. Mrs. Robinson, Principal, observed, "Her speech was one of the best ones I have heard.  Just in case we think teachers aren't important to students she reminded everyone there tonight that for some students teachers are the most important people in their lives during high school." Mrs. Stricklin noted that school was her safe haven and the one place where she knew adults would be caring and kind to her.

Congrats to the new inductees for 2018: Lindsey Bailey, Joey Barnerd, Adelynn Bentley, Kate Booten, Zach Davis, Makayla Dolbee, Krizza Domingo, Kaitlin Goodbrake, Allison Hill, Jared Liley, Alyssa Malley, Hailey Marshall, Shawn McKee, Nick Munn, Annelise Neathery, Adam Newberry, Lora Ruyle, Dominic Scroggins, Sydney Slayden, Phillip Tierney, Maegan Wallendorff, Zach Wells, Ryne White, Morgan Wiegand, and Jordan Yenne.

Also, thanks and congrats to our group of seniors who were inducted last year. They presented and led the ceremony, as is the custom: Justin Englar, Delaney Gibbons, Nick Hayes, Zach Kincade, Morgan Moxey, Bekah Null, Rachel Staten, Chase Wallendorff, Zaide Wilson, and Zach Womack.  

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